Air Missions: HIND may be a bad game, and it’s obvious from the primary moment you’re plonked into the pilot seat one in the game’s faithfully recreated attack helicopters.
I entered the video game with low expectations anyway, but after 15 minutes of frustration I became all set to call it a day. I began with the essential training missions that happen to be required to familiarise you with the controls. They didn’t. They made me angry. Aiming to move your stuff in any type of efficient approach is just downright infuriating. The controls aren’t just bad, they’re broken.
The first task ended up grow and make your way to a goal marker. In every other game this may?the simple, boring, and over in a matter of minutes. With Air Missions: HIND it was a horrible, infuriating, and involved around 10 minutes – and that’s before I’d even got a target to shoot at.
Later on from the tutorial you’re given the job of shooting some targets on a lawn. I tried, I did not succeed, I crashed my stupid helicopter in to the ground.
I did eventually pass the tutorial section, though it wasn’t without casualties. A mug using the side of my sofa paid the amount as my frustration got more suitable of me and that i flung my arms out wide, shouting “COME ON” in the television screen. It fell with grace but it broke into a dozen pieces, sending coffee-cup shrapnel everywhere my recently mopped floor. The coffee splattered everywhere. However heard the heartbreaking question originated from my young lad who had previously been having fun with his cars within the corner.
“Dada? Dada? Oh no. Messy!” He exclaimed since he ran up to check commotion. I picked him up and held him tight. I leaned all-around his little head and promised We would never let him play a bad game, and then he wouldn’t have to experience the way I felt for the reason that moment.
And that’s by far the most interesting area of the game; the drama it made in my living room area. Most of it is just plain awful. The helicopters may stand out, but any devices is usually a wasted opportunity. The gameplay is often a trudge as well as missions themselves are short and lack almost any variation. The graphics are piss poor, too; it wouldn’t have looked out of place during the early events of the PS3.
I can’t recommend the bingo to even the biggest helicopter enthusiasts. If you want decent helicopter combat, just jump into GTA V and call it a day.
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Air Missions: HIND PS4 Review
Overall – Offensively Crap – 1.0/10
Air Missions: HIND has nothing good looking for it. Okay, the helicopters look decent enough but that’s regarding it. The gameplay, the controls, plus the graphics are all relics on the bygone era.
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Reviewed using PS4 Pro.?